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Thursday 21 December 12 noon
Funeral sop or mez - London E12 - £80
Will need to bring own music, when it's known

Bass and tenor back-up required for 9 Lessons and Carols at Esher Parish Church (KT10 8QS) on Sunday 17th December - service at 6 pm with prior rehearsal at 3.30.


We are on the south-western fringe of Greater London (good train service,

28 mins from Waterloo, 20 mins from Clapham Junction) and lifts can be arranged.


Fee negotiable, guide figure £50.


Excellent buffet supper after the service at a choir member's house.


Six choir carols, all from Carols for Choir books 1,2,3 & 5.  Sheet music will be supplied on the day.


Please contact Stuart Whatton, Director of Music, by phone or email on 078

1601 1621 or

S A T B Choral Scholarships at St Mary the Boltons SW10

Choral Scholarship Programme launching January 2018.  Four singers - soprano, mezzo or countertenor, tenor and bass - required to sing 2-3 Sunday mornings per month (flexible commitment).  St Mary’s is set in a beautiful garden square about 10 minutes walk from Earl’s Court and Gloucester Rd tube stations and is blessed with a musically discerning and appreciative congregation and incoming musicians are guaranteed a warm welcome.

Fee: £40 per service + opportunities for weddings and other extras; scholars will also be encouraged to use our spaces to rehearse and/or host their own recitals.

Further information available from Director of Music, John Ward -

One bass required for 9 Lessons and Carols at St Martin’s Church, Ruislip, HA4 8DG on Sunday 17th December.

Rehearsal at 3pm, service at 6:30pm.

Fee £100.

Choir pieces: Sir Christemas (Mathias); Adam lay ybounden (Ord); Out of Your Sleep (Bennett); Riu, riu, chiu; Gabriel’s Message (Willcocks); O magnum mysterium (Lauridsen); In the bleak mid-winter (Darke); Kings of the Orient (Willcocks).


Please contact James Kellas, Director of Music, on or 07789 555786.



One tenor and one bass required for our Service of 9 Lessons and Carols on Sunday 17 December at 5.30pm. Rehearsal at 3pm. Great tea provided between rehearsal and service.

Hornsey Parish Church, North London.


Fee - £100


Must be strong sight-reader. Professional singers only. All music will be sent beforehand.


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The Choir of the Royal Memorial Chapel, Sandhurst

has vacancies for two tenors (singing first and second tenor) in the regular choir.

Good reading ability and a well-produced voice are pre-requisite.

The choir consists of a nucleus of 25 singers who provide the sung services within the

Royal Memorial Chapel, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

For further details:


St. John’s Cathedral, Salford has vacancies for choral scholars at alto and bass. The scholarships are paid at £30 per week, and the normal commitment is Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. There's also a requirement to be present during all of Holy Week (25th March – 1st April 2018). But at other times there's plenty of scope for time off.


The choir consists of around 18 men and women singers, and provides a wide spectrum of traditional and contemporary liturgical music: we're a Catholic church very much in the Vatican II mould, if that means anything to you. We occasionally appear on TV, most recently a cameo in ITV's Love Your Garden earlier in the year.


More information can be found on our web site, at

St Mary’s Church, Stoke D’Abernon, Surrey KT11 3PX (Patron: King’s College Cambridge) TENOR CHORAL SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE NOW

SSATBB choral scholar line up

Duties are to sing once a month at our Monthly Choral Eucharist with Latin Mass and motet (except August), three choral evensongs per annum + major festivals. Annual amount: approx. £630.00 per annum + fees for weddings and memorial services paid additionally at a current fee of £75.00 (£100 if audio or video recorded)

St Mary’s is a delightful and very friendly Saxon manorial church founded c.AD 670, with a long musical tradition and a fine Frobenius organ. The church is between Parkside and the Yehudi Menuhin Schools, and is easily accessed from the A3 and M25 and has ample parking. The nearest train station is Cobham and Stoke D’Abernon, on the Waterloo – Guildford line.

Repertoire includes masses by Byrd, Gabrieli, Vittoria, Palestrina, English Communion Settings by Darke, Ireland, Jackson and Stanford and classical masses by Mozart, Haydn and Schubert. There are also recital opportunities in our new church hall completed last year.

 Closing date for applications is 5pm Monday 2nd October 2017 For further details please contact the Director of Music, Robert Woolley:
Bromley Parish Church offers four choral scholarships of £400 per annum to student singers who are in Year 11 and above. The commitment is to attend the choir rehearsals on Thursday evenings, the sung Eucharist service on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month and choral evensong on the second Sunday, with the preceding rehearsals where applicable. (The choir is not required to sing at the All Age service on the 3rd Sunday of the month).

A Choral Scholarship is a wonderful way of gaining experience of singing at a high standard in a group that covers a large repertoire. It is also excellent preparation for any young musician wanting to pursue music further, especially singers who may wish to apply for Choral Awards at University. As a Choral Scholar, you would be expected to demonstrate excellent commitment and musicianship.

We are always delighted to hear from young people who are interested in joining the choir and contributing to our wonderful musical tradition. We have 3 choral scholars leaving us in September (one of whom is taking up a place as a choral scholar at Trinity College Cambridge) and we would ideally like to fill those places with a soprano, alto and tenor if possible.

Please contact the Director of Music, Frank Roddy, for further details. ( ).

Waltham St Lawrence is a charming and welcoming village in rural east Berkshire, between Reading and Maidenhead and the church is renowned for its 'Waltham Welcome'. The church has a dedicated choir with a strong Anglican choral tradition as well as a fine Father Willis organ.
As last year's Scholars graduate and leave us, the church choir now has vacancies for Choral Scholars from September 2017. 
The choir sings at one service per week and at a monthly Choral Evensong. The choir has sung at Southwark and Portsmouth Cathedrals and has further cathedral trips booked to Portsmouth, Chichester and Guildford cathedrals in the forthcoming year, as well as its Carol Service and annual Choral Festival.
The current vacancies are for Alto, Tenor and Bass voices (1 of each). Applications are welcomed from all students aged 18+ and those working towards a career in music.
To apply or for more information, email Chris Bond, Director of Music -

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